While I still believe what I wrote there, I’m finding that many of the women who are contacting me are not at the point where they are sure if the man is their “boyfriend” or not.With that in mind I wanted to review one of the recent emails I’ve received from a reader and offer some additional advice for this problem.As I discussed above, I would recommend against being aggressive or angry.Still, these are areas you will need him to define.I get that idea and if he were actively looking to meet new people I could even agree…but if he’s only logging in to respond to new emails why not ?His response actually makes me wonder if he even realizes that he could hide his profile.For the last few months this has been by far the question I’ve received most often from readers.
If you haven’t agreed to be exclusive, I feel this is the point that the relationship would need to reach before you would be in a position of strength to ask that the profile be removed.
Perhaps not nice or courteous but not unfair either.
It’s especially bothersome if his actions suggest exclusivity even if he hasn’t declared so in words…and yet it is still acceptable in my mind for him to keep his profile up, even in this case.
You enjoy each others’ company, enjoy the same things and over the next month or so you start to date more seriously. However there is one problem: his dating profile is still active.
If this sounds like your situation, you’re not alone.